South Worcestershire is on the edges of the Cotswolds and borders Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. The principal town is Evesham in the Vale of Evesham and central to Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. The town lies on the banks of the River Avon, which flows through the Vale to reach the River Severn at Tewkesbury. The area has some pretty villages such as Broadway and Weston Sub Edge.
Situated in the centre of England, the South Worcestershire Cotswolds are within easy reach of the rest of the country. The M5 and M6 are near and Birmingham International Airport is in easy reach. There are main rail links and the town is about two hours from London Paddington using the Cotswold Line.
South Worcestershire Attractions
South Worcestershire has several attractions including Broadway, Domestic Fowl Trust and Evesham Country Park.
The River Avon meaders through South Worcestershire. The Wychavon Way is a 42 mile waymarked pathfrom the River Severn north of Worcester to Winchcombe.
There are a number of golf courses and the local authority manages a number of leisure centres.